Food Truck Blog Topics:
. Identify a pressing problem in the mobile food industry and provide the solution.
. Review a best-selling book about food trucks.
. Interview an expert food truck owner and post the interview.
. Write a tutorial or how-to article.
. Put together a list of people in mobile food industry that you recommend following on Twitter.
. Make a 3-5 minute video or screen cast and post it.
. Compile a top ten list of important resources for your readers.
. Illustrate how a current event relates back to food trucks.
. Assemble a list of the top 10 books about food trucks.
. Highlight a successful customer.
. Expose a scam you’ve heard about in the industry.
. Post a poll on Facebook and blog about the results.
. Examine a “hot issue” in the food truck industry by debating the pros and cons.
. Ask your readers to send you new product/service ideas; compile the best ideas into a list and let your readers vote.
. Put together a “tip list.”
. Post a photo related to your truck and blog about it. (Remember, a picture is worth a thousand words.)
. Write about the advantages/disadvantages about a particular product.
. Write a post highlighting an upcoming menu special.
. Compile a list of the top 10 blogs in our industry.
. Feature causes and charities you support.
. Illustrate why your food truck is unique, distinctive and one of its kind.
. Relate your small business to a special event – Olympics, Valentine’s Day, Ground Hog’s Day, etc.
. Predict trends in the mobile food industry.
. Blog about a small business mistake you made, what you learned from it and how your readers can avoid it.
. Write about how the industry has changed in the last 5 years.
. Compile your best 10 blog posts of the year.
. Put together a contest for you readers. Offer a fun prize.
. Debunk or challenge a common belief about food trucks.
. Find a free and valuable resource and post a link to it.
. Record a 3-5 minute podcast or audio and post it.
. Assemble a list of the best blog posts you have read this week.
. Search Digg and StumbleUpon and Google Alerts for hot topics in food trucking. Blog about them.
. Take an old blog post and update it.
. Find a popular topic in the industry and run a blog series about it.
. Share statistics and current research in your local market.
. Visit a quote site, find a quote that relates to the food service industry and write about it.
. Write a post that highlights the “best in the industry…”
. Write a post about the “biggest mistakes in the food truck industry…”
. Create a beginner’s guide for newbies in the mobile food industry.
. Send out a survey on Twitter and blog about the results.
. Blog about a day in your life (or a day in the life inside your truck).
. Tell your food truck story and why you are doing what you are doing.
. Put together a “dictionary of common culinary terms”.
. Blog about who you would love to serve and why.
. Write about what frustrates you about being a food truck owner.
. Talk about what you love about the mobile food industry.
. Write a press release and publish it on your blog.